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Strange Assert on queue.c

Posted by ranco9 on April 13, 2015

Hi

I am getting the next Assert fail: configASSERT( !( ( pvItemToQueue == NULL ) && ( pxQueue->uxItemSize != ( UBaseType_t ) 0U ) ) );

on function: BaseTypet xQueueGenericSend( QueueHandlet xQueue, const void * const pvItemToQueue, TickTypet xTicksToWait, const BaseTypet xCopyPosition )

when executing this line: bPass &= xQueueSendToBack(fxBtQueue,(void *)0,50 / portTICKRATE_MS);

SW works well but it seems i can't pass a zero to the queue without getting this assert, does it make sense?

Thank you & Best Regards, Ran


Strange Assert on queue.c

Posted by dumarjo on April 13, 2015

Hi,

you should pass an address of variable in the xQueueSendToBack. The xQueueSendToBack will copy the data from your variable to the internal Queue buffer.

ex:

bPass &= xQueueSendToBack(fxBtQueue,(void *)0,50 / portTICKRATE_MS);

should lokk like this:

char value = 0; bPass &= xQueueSendToBack(fxBtQueue,&value,50 / portTICKRATE_MS);

regards

Jonathan


Strange Assert on queue.c

Posted by ranco9 on April 14, 2015

OK. Thanks!


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